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Minnesota State High School League Announces 2016 Triple “A” Award Winners
Honoring Students for Excellence in Academics, Arts, and Athletics
Jack Erickson of Murray County Central, Madison McKeever of Win-E-Mac, Matthew Majerle of Brainerd and Maité Marin-Mera of Willmar were honored today with the 2016 Triple “A” Award, which goes to students who have a 3.0 or better GPA and who participate in League-sponsored athletics and fine arts activities. Each student winner will receive a $1,000 four-year scholarship.
“We are very proud to recognize and honor these student leaders,” says Jody Redman, League Associate Director who oversees the Triple “A” program. “The caliber of students and the scope of activities in which they have excelled demonstrates their high values and potential leadership of tomorrow.”
Since its inception 1988, nearly 14,000 students have represented their school in the Triple “A” Award program. Fairview Sports and Orthopedic Care, the Institute for Athletic Medicine and AAA Minneapolis sponsor the award program, which is now in its 28th year. “AAA Minneapolis has always been proud to work with the Minnesota State High School League,” says Rod Shilkrot, Vice President of Membership and Marketing, AAA Minneapolis. “There is no better way to support the future of Minnesota than to support these exceptional students."